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Calque of Chinese 三國三国 (Sānguó).

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Three Kingdoms

  1. (historical) The tripartite division of China between the states of Wei ( (Wèi)), Shu ( (Shǔ)), and Wu ( ()), during AD 220–280, following the Han dynasty and preceding the Jin dynasty.
  2. (historical) The tripartite division of Korea between the kingdoms of Goguryeo (고구려(高句麗) (goguryeo)), Baekje (백제(百濟) (baekje)), and Silla (신라(新羅) (silla)), around 57 BC to AD 668, prior to its unification under Silla.

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